Bryan Harding over at Gay Rights Watch is very upset about a New Mexico public school essay contest that asks students to "explain why preserving marriage between men and women is vital [to] society and why unborn children merit respect and protection."
Apparently the gay groups and NARAL "have proposed offering students a choice of also writing about alternative viewpoints."
Funny, when it comes to schools that want to push homosexuality on the kids these are the same groups who want to call "alternative viewpoints" hate speech.
And my favorite quote by an LGBT hack: "Students in taxpayer-funded public schools simply shouldn't be forced to accept one viewpoint over another, regardless of the issue."
I'm sure that if a pro-gay essay was assigned and a group came out against it then this same lady would be calling them hateful bigots.